The wood ceiling beams, floating shelves and island all infuse the kitchen with warmth and give the space a natural touch. With light streaming in through the windows and plants all around, the room feels fresh and inviting.
The uniform and simple size and shape of the cabinets in this modern kitchen give a sense of order and organization -- and who doesn't want that in a kitchen? With the white backdrop, the custom kitchen island stands out as the star -- and don't let the illusion fool you: This island is inset with blonde wood. That's not the floor you see shining through. What a clever way to tie the room's elements together!
A counter-height peninsula provides a functional breakfast area in this small kitchen. White cabinets and light-colored wood keep the space feeling open while a gray tile accent wall adds visual interest and depth to the room.
Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino took a narrow and dated galley kitchen and created this beautifully open floor plan in a luxe new space that marries kitchen, dining area and living room. The new 13-foot kitchen island features brilliant white quartz countertops. Its front panel is made from reclaimed wood that was locally sourced from a decommissioned water tower that was more than 150 years old.
As seen on Home Town, the Griffin residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. The wall between the kitchen and breakfast area was removed and brick pavers were added with new paint and fixtures to completely change the look in these two rooms.
This open-plan kitchen features dark wood cabinetry and an island with a built-in wrap-around bench and storage drawers. A round glass dining table with black chairs echoes the black countertops of the kitchen for a cohesive look.
As frequent entertainers, the homeowners of this traditional home wanted a multifunctional kitchen with integrated living space. To create wider passageways, walls were removed and the living area of the kitchen was bumped out about two feet, allowing room for more windows to brighten up the space. The peninsula separating the kitchen and dining area was removed to create an open living area.
White cabinets, sleek pendant lighting and recessed lights brighten this spacious kitchen. A dark wood island divides the open kitchen from the dining area without enclosing the two spaces. Ornate iron barstools add a traditional element to the room, and an adjacent sleek wood dining table provides plenty of seating for entertaining.
Black stone countertops pair with dark wood cabinets and shelves, creating contrast against the light wood floors and island in this transitional kitchen. Bold red barstools and stainless steel appliances complete the stylish look.